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Chronicling the hostage situation on the titular bus in 2000, this documentary emerges as an profoundly unsettling exposé on the pitiable street kids abandoned and abused by society.
It's hard to explain how good this is.
Probably watch it on your own with no distractions
A very deep and profound look into the social issues plaguing brazilian society and culture. This is a documentary, and covers the reckless mistreatment of the poor, and the prisoners in brazil. It culminates into a hostage crisis that sees no happy ending. A++
You'll not find a more tense movie in 2003....well done.
A Strong documentary with great social and political commentary. Tells a terrifying story about a group of social outcasts that to this stay is still struggling in Rio de Janeiro.
Unworthy of such a long documentary as essentially little happened on the bus until the end. Really this is a documentary of Brazil's street kids and police brutality. Not a polished or incredibly well directed documentary only deserving some merit for chronicling an interesting topic.
Powerful and insightful documentary that reads like a thriller.
L'histoire du Bus 174 de Rio de Janeiro en 2000 était assez folle pour en faire un bon film. Sous la caméra de Felipe Lacerda et José Padilha, c'est un documentaire remarquable, aussi désespérant que passionnant, fonctionnant sur les témoignages des gens sur place ce jour-là et sur les proches du preneur d'otage. Sans lui trouver d'excuses fallacieuses ni lui tourner le dos, les cinéastes parviennent à dresser un portrait de la relation entre les Brésiliens et leur police aussi dur que désenchanté. Les quinze dernières minutes sont particulièrement fortes. Indispensable.
An extremely tense/taunt documentary about the hold up of a bus in Rio de Janeiro by a homeless young man.
Filled throughout with extraordinary on sight 'real' footage of the horrific event. This film doesn't just crucify Sandro (The Young Homeless Man) it goes into his past & shows what he went through prior in life.
This film really challenges the police actions in this event which where extremely poor. A powerful film especially the last 10 mins it'll stay with you.
Was very surprising. Ideally 7.5.